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If you're on a My Circle 10 or 20 plan through Alltel right now, guess what? You aren't anymore. Don't worry, though -- that's a good thing, because the carrier is upping your allowances by five numbers each at no additional charge. In other words, your My Circle 10 is now a My Circle 15, and your M

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March 26, 2009 at 4:21PM
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It was the number one concern of about-to-be-swallowed Alltel customers going into this merger deal, and now it's finally time for those individuals to breathe a huge sigh of relief. In a prime example of great decision making, the suits at Big Red have decided to not only allow ex-Alltel subscribe

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It was the number one concern of about-to-be-swallowed Alltel customers going into this merger deal, and now it's finally time for those individuals to breathe a huge sigh of relief. In a prime example of great decision making, the suits at Big Red have decided to not only allow ex-Alltel subscribe

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This ain't your grandpappy's My Circle. Well, actually, it pretty much is, with one small change: customers signing up for a My Circle messaging plan of $7.99 or higher on Alltel will now get unlimited messaging within their Circle, while the non-Circle bucket starts at 400 per month. The $19.99 \"Al

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T-Mobile's myFaves and Alltel's My Circle unlimited calling schemes seem to be doing pretty well for the carriers -- so well, in fact, that Alltel's adding a couple new versions of My Circle to its stable. The current version -- which allows users to select ten unlimited contacts on plans of $59.99

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Alltel -- the self-dubbed "America's largest network" -- is playing nice with a whole host of annoying mobile network spokespeople with their new Alltelcircle service. Mobile users represented by Catherine Zeta Jones, that "can you hear me now?" guy, Sprint's Mr. Trenchcoat Ma

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